Despite the difficulties our pupils have been through since March 2020, they continued to be committed to achieve Green Flag status. They spent the autumn term reviewing their action plans and by December were ready to put in their application. Read more
As you may know already, we are working towards achieving the Wellbeing Award for Schools. Our first step is to understand how well we are currently supporting the emotional wellbeing of our pupils and identify ways in which we can Read more
This week we’ve been talking about how it’s ok to make mistakes and we can learn from them too! We’ve listened to Room on the Broom with a homemade broom. We’ve learnt all about Romania and where Nicolas’ family come Read more
Despite the school being subject to lockdown restrictions life in the nursery has continued. The children have been so busy with many different activities. Our topic on snow and animals that live in the colder areas of our world was Read more
We are very proud to display our certificate for Sustainable Citizenship. We have now started on our journey to gain our Silver Award.
We are working together with Warwickshire Partnership services so that children are ready to learn and ready for life.
As part of nursery rhyme week, the pupils in Year 2, 4 and 6 developed their letter writing skills. They assumed the character in a nursery rhyme of their choice. We hope you enjoy reading them. Dear Sam, You won’t Read more
Jujhar shared his Bandi Chorr Divas (Diwali) celebrations with us at nursery and school.
Rembrandt was famous for painting portraits. Photography had not been invented in Rembrandt’s time, so hiring an artist to paint your picture was the only way to have a picture of yourself. Rembrandt liked to use strong lighting to add Read more
Year 6, 4 and 2 have been studying the Russian composition “Peter and the Wolf” by Sergey Prokofiev, 1936. The piece was written to introduce children to the instruments of the orchestra. The boy Peter represented by the strings, a Read more